Articles by Nagesh Narayana

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Walmart to give away $18 million in charity ahead of Christmas

Walmart will host first nationwide food drive at all its stores, seek the help of facebook fans in selecting communities to receive $1.5 million in grants, donate 65 refrigerator food trucks to Feeding America network of food banks and help the Salvation Army to provide meals with a $1 million donation.

See Something? Say Something!

In anticipation of a busy holiday travel season ahead of the Thanksgiving and Christmas, the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is launching a campaign -- If You See Something, Say Something -- to raise public awareness and strengthening security.

Disney will wait for Demi to recover

Demi Lovato's hit show 'Sonny with a Chance' will carry on production without the star for the next season. But the channel is making adjustments to buy time to allow Demi to recover from rehab.

ConnectEDU raises $7 million, to expand reach to students

Boston-based college admission and career solutions provider ConnectEDU has raised $7-million in funding from a consortium led by Allen & Co. to establish regional service centers across the U.S. catering high schools, colleges and employer partners.

Who is Obama's friend in G20?

Replying to a question whether his relationship with other G20 leaders suffered because of some electoral setbacks back home, he said his relationship with some of the leaders was far better now than two years ago when he first took over the office.

G20 progress not fast enough: Obama

U.S. President Barack Obama said the G20 economies have been successful in putting the world economy back on the path of recovery, but admitted that the progress was not fast enough as expected, especially in creating more jobs.

Save the children, achieve recovery: NGOs tell G20 leaders

The G20 urgently needs to agree on steps to achive recovery from the global economic crisis, failing which children will be the most affected, says 'Save the Children', a UK-based non-profit organization, on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Seoul.

G20 agrees on reducing reliance on CRA ratings

The G20 Seoul summit has agreed the BASEL III recommendation on reducing reliance on credit rating agencies (CRAs) but the onus of effecting rules relies on individual nations, said a spokesperson at the summit media centre on Thursday.